Two people were injured Thursday after a moose was violently targeted at a woman in Estes Park, Colorado, officials said.
In a video recorded by a witness, a woman can be seen on the ground using her feet to repel. a bull moose, charging her with his horns.
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In another video, Estes Park Public Worker employee Brian Berg is seen driving his Ford Ranger pickup truck between a woman and a bull lock. At that moment, the animal charges in the car and hits it with its head.
"I never should have done it before, but I saw people in trouble and decided I could get there quickly," Berg told FOX31
A second man was injured during the incident after jumping out of the animal's path, slipping and hitting him. his head on a rock, NBC News reported. He can be seen in the video on the ground, not far from the woman.
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The woman was not seriously injured and did not seek medical help , officials said.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials warn visitors to avoid large animals as they are in the midst of mating season
CPW spokesman Jason Clay told FOX31 that the people in the videos are too close to moose.
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"We are on the track (breeding season) and bull los will be very aggressively defending his harems. "Let the moose walk away on its own, never approach this much, because something like this can happen.
Officials said they had a problem with the same lock the previous day.